juez

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ʒuɛz/, /d͡ʒuɛs/

Verb[edit]

juez

  1. imperative of juar

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish juez, juiz, judez, from Latin iūdex, jūdex or iūdicem, jūdicem; possibly a semi-learned term[1][2].

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Noun[edit]

juez m or f (plural jueces, feminine jueza, feminine plural juezas)

  1. judge
  2. umpire; referee; official

Usage notes[edit]

An alternative feminine form for this term is jueza (plural: juezas).

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